We finally have HOA approval for chickens in our neighborhood so this spring we will be building a coop. We have a small suburban type backyard (which is bigger than a lot of yards I see in new developments, but it's not a half acre or anything) so we won't have more than 8 chickens and will probably start with 4. So how do I decide on a coop plan that will be big enough long term, provide ventilation, etc? Most of the plans I've looked at would need to be modified to add ventilation. We live in Utah which gets fairly cold in the winter (lows can dip around to single digits but very rarely below 0*F. Definitely below freezing) and get fairly hot in the summer (highs can be over 100*F for a week or so at a time then stick in the 90's for a while) but we have pretty low humidity. I'm just so overwhelmed with my choices now that this really will become a reality. I want to build it right from the start which is why I've been a member here for so long even though we couldn't get chickens!